Hacking's not just for geeks

Wednesday, 19 June 2002, 12:01 PM EST

As the term hacking has broadened to encompass a wider group of people, chief information officers will see more and more blended security threats within the next couple of years, according to one security researcher.

There will also be increased activity from people in countries that are just starting to come into the globally connected world, warned senior research fellow Sarah Gordon, who works in Symantec's security response team in the US.

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